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Feed (a baby) with milk from a bottle instead of from the mother's breast.‘a bottle-fed baby’
give food to, provide food for, provide for, cater for, prepare food for, cook for, make a meal for, wine and dineView synonyms
- ‘Most babies are bottle-fed, but some mothers still breast-feed their babies until the first teeth appear.’
- ‘According to Emerling, breast-fed babies and bottle-fed babies grow differently.’
- ‘Most bottle-fed infants should be able to get their daily requirements of vitamin D from formula, because all infant formulas sold in the United States contain a sufficient amount of vitamin D.’
- ‘Infants receiving phototherapy may continue to be breast-fed or bottle-fed by their mothers.’
- ‘For example, children are lectured on electrification, automotive mechanics, typing, using a sewing machine, and bottle-feeding their babies.’
- ‘A lot of patients wonder about allergies, so you could try changing his feed if he's bottle-fed.’
- ‘And practice bottle-feeding with your baby before you go back to work to smooth the transition from the breast and make it easier for a caregiver to feed him.’
- ‘He wasn't about to let Pearl show him up with the bottle-feeding though.’
- ‘Diana was surprised when doctors asked her whether she would be breast- or bottle-feeding her new baby.’
- ‘If your baby is bottle-fed, follow the same process, i.e., interrupt feeding and make your baby burp at least twice or thrice while feeding.’
- ‘We of course then follow with the bottle feeding like you mentioned.’
- ‘Along with four half-hour feeding sessions a day, the cubs are being bottle-fed and zoo veterinarians are confident they'll survive the unusual tiger rearing.’
- ‘Parents who bottle-feed their babies may want to try a different formula.’
- ‘And you know, combine breast - feeding and bottle-feeding in any way that's going to work for you without feeling guilty.’
- ‘But most of the girls I know have chosen to bottle-feed their babies and I don't think there was ever really any decision in it for them.’
- ‘If the infant is bottle-fed, the mother should hold the infant when feeding, and the bottle should not be propped or placed in bed.’
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